IKUWA3 Beyond Boundaries


Proceedings of the 3rd International Congress on Underwater Archaeology, London July 2008 edited by Dr Jon  Henderson Read more

The First HMS Invincible


In 1980, following the discovery of a wreck off the south coast by a local fisherman, John Bingeman applied for a Government Protection Order and subsequently identified the ship as the Royal Navy's first Invincible (1747-58). Read more

Claimed by the Sea


First discovered by sport divers in the 1970s, the two remarkable seabed finds of prehistoric bronze metalwork described here quickly became a testing ground for the new discipline of underwater archaeology, initially under the leadership of the pioneering maritime archaeologist Keith Muckelroy. Read more

A Cromwellian Warship


This book records the excavation of the wreck of a small Cromwellian warship, believed to be Swan, which was found off Duart Point in 1979. When erosion threatened the site in 1992 maritime archaeologists from St Andrews University were asked to investigate the wreck in advance of consolidation and long-term protective management. Read more

Gresham Ship Project Monograph Volume 1


This volume, the first of two on the Gresham Ship, gives a detailed account of the sections of the wreck recovered and describes the work of researchers at the University of Southern Denmark in their analysis of the hull and of the armament. First published in 2014. Read more

Sound of Mull Archaeological Project Monograph


The Sound of Mull Archaeological Project (SOMAP) was carried out between 1994 and 2005 to map and assess the condition of a wide range of underwater and intertidal wrecks and coastal structures in the Sound of Mull, on Scotland's north-west coast. First published 2007 Read more

Gresham Ship Project Monograph Volume 2


The second Gresham Ship Project volume describes the research undertaken at University College London on the wider maritime context, the conservation process and the analysis of the contents recovered from the wreck site. First published in 2014 Read more

Traditional Watercraft from South and West Sri Lanka Monograph


The second of the NAS monograph series is a record by Gerhard Kapitän in pictures and scale drawings of the fast disappearing traditional watercraft of Sri Lanka. Read more

The Shipwreck Hunter - signed by the author


David Mearns has discovered some of the world's most fascinating and elusive shipwrecks. From the mighty battlecruiser HMS Hood to the crumbling wooden skeletons of Vasco da Gama's 16th century fleet, David has searched for and found dozens of sunken vessels in every ocean of the world. Signed by the author....... Read more

WW1 Channel Wrecks


Neil Maw has provided a detailed history of the sinking of every single ship, from the smallest trawler to the largest battleship. Read more

IJNA 2018 Back Issue


Back issue of the hardcopy IJNA from 2018 - Volume 47.1 (March 2018) and Volume 47.2 (September 2018) Read more

Seabed Prehistory


Archaeological investigation of Early Middle Palaeolithic flint tools, including hand axes, and faunal remains in the North Sea. This volume also examines submerged and buried landscapes. Read more